Saturday, November 19, 2016

August/September Stitch Fix: If the Shoes Don't Fit

First of all, please forgive me. I'm so behind on my Stitch Fix reviews. If you didn't know, I started teaching more yoga and Pilates classes, and the fall has been a whirlwind of 4th grade math, raising daughters, teaching, and trying to keep up with a 2 year old boy and our giant Shepherd pup, Gus.

I do still look forward to getting Stitch Fix boxes, however lately, I've been making more shopping trips to TJMaxx and also going a little crazy with Lululemon, so when a Fix comes in the mail, my bank account gasps and sputters and then glares at me with disdain.


I kept 2 things out of my August/September box, but I wish I could have kept the whole lot. I would have, if the shoes had fit. Dammit. I loved them. It was very sad.

So here's the pretty stuff, all laid out....

In this box I got (from L to R):

Pistola Audrey Moto Detail Skinny Pant $88
Laila Jayde Cordi Button Cuff Knit Top $58
Hailee C Morwen Button Up Top $58
Brixon Ivy Lawley Cable Knit Open Cardigan $68
And the shoes...
Diba Lea Bow Bootie $90

First, the shoes were the wrong size. That was my fault. I'm between a 8.5-9, and for some reason decided to set my sizing on the smaller end of the scale, and that didn't work well for me. They were an 8.5 and way too small. I could hardly stand in them, so while I tried to get a picture of them on, I could only stand to put one on one foot. 

But here's a close up. I recommend these. They are very soft suede leather, the color (mustard) is rich and perfect for fall, and I love the tie detail. They are edgy but still feminine. I looked into exchanging the size since SF has the feature to automatically exchange your item on their app... But my size (9) was sold out. 

The next item, the long sleeve burgundy top, was so very soft. I loved it. I just didn't love how long it was on me. There was just so much extra fabric, even in the sleeves. Great top if you're tall, however. The button details on the sleeves were adorable and I loved the color too.

Here's the one shot of the boot(s) as well. (Pictured with jeans I already own)

The next top, the plaid button up, didn't seem like anything special, but it had some really nice details and it was well made. I would have liked it better in a richer color, so I didn't end up keeping this one:

I put it on with the Pistola Moto skinnies in olive green... I loved them. They fit perfectly and I've wanted this style pant for a while now. They're so ugly they pass as adorable. Like pugs. They're pugly.

Keepers. I kept them. 

The last item was this amazing and warm and lovely cabled gray cardigan sweater. It has deep pockets that transition from the folded collar, and I just really like the design. I love a good staple sweater.

And that's it, guys! I kept the sweater and the pants in this box. I really wish I could have kept it all this time, but maybe next time.... Fall is my favorite and I'm looking forward to my October Stitch Fix already!

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